Rita Mary LeDuc Clark

Westfield, Massachusetts

Jul 8, 1916 – Jun 25, 2014

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Rita has been my dear friend for sixty years. We have been a part of each other's family and shared many wonderful memories. I loved her and I know. She loved me. I will miss her but I will continue to carry her in my heart. Love and Prayers to all of her family. George and Joan and family

Jimmy, my sincere sympathy to you and your family in the passing of your mother. I was just a young girl when I would see your family up at the Deacon ' s house. I can still remember your mother's laugh and how she spread fun and laughter wherever she was. With much love and respect. .Laurie Worden

Rita has been my dear friend for sixty years. We will miss her and her indomitable spirit. She loved me as I did her. My family and I have been blessed with many happy memories of Rita and her family. The Deacon family send our deepest sympathy to the Clark family. Love and Prayers, George and Joan

Rita and her family have been dear friends of our family since we were neighbors on Franklin Street in Westfield when I was a baby. I can hear her infectious laughter even now. My condolances to her family. She was a wonderful wife, mother and friend and will be missed.

My heart is broken into pieces. You lived a long happy life. You will truly be missed. Ever since i started taking care of you, i had a love for you that no one will ever feel or understand, i always went out of my way for you. You are with your husband and son now . We know your going to watch over every single one of us, even when we play cards. We love you & miss you so much . This is so hard for me . My heart goes out to the whole family . We will see you again . We love you and miss...


Rita's Obituaries

CLARK, Rita Mary LeDuc, 97, of Westfield, MA, passed away on June 25, 2014 peacefully in her sleep with family by her side. Rita was an only child, born in 1916 in Millers Falls and grew up on her family farm in Easthampton, Massachusetts. She married Arthur L. Clark, the boy next door, in 1925....

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